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that there were a lot of discounts on the michael kors products and accessories and that they were even more so than black friday. that doesn't bode well for margins and revenue. as a result citigroup lowered their price target on michael kors to $60 from $68. they did maintain the buy. there's no doubt that michael kors remains a hot brand, a desired brand during the holiday season, but when you have to discount like that, not a good sign. as a result that's why a lower price target on michael kors. shibani: not a good sign, but their rose gold watch is one of the hottest items out there. fyi. a little too late. david: we have more on the high-stakes game. steve forbes will be here. could we slip from slow growth to recession? stay tuned for steve forbes. shibani: up next, getting your portfolio ready for the new year. warren financial's chief investment officer shares his plays in the etf world for 2013. ♪ david: time for a quick speed read of some of the day's headlines. m&a activity rising to its highest level in four years this quarter. companies worldwide have announced 692 billion doll
during the holidays. back to you. liz: i have to tell you that i went into michael kors yesterday. you could not move. that has been quite the performing stock. i think it is at a 52 week high for this relatively new company that recently went public. why not coming down 3%. that tells you anything, you know, this would be a beautiful performance. it looks like no one can do well today. >> michael kors is a hot name. accessories and everything. don't look at the stock price today because everything is so enough today. liz: thank you, nicole. thank you very much. it has been an incredible year on account of the closing bell. we are so glad that you have been a part of it. breaking news, ceos resigning, yes, covering the action in our 1000th show. result back in the last year. >> the countdown begins right now two welcome to 2012. here in omaha, nebraska. at the berkshire hathaway meeting. we are live in san francisco. we are watching greece again. mistakes are being raised and time is running out. >> the greek parliament at an emotional session. detaals going on outside. >> facebook has
gosh, i love your show. love it, love it, love it. >> thank you. >> caller: michael kors. >> there are three michael kors, that incredible ad, boy, see that ad, attractive, attractive. there's michael kors fundamentals and everybody has to profit. when everybody has to profit, people are going ca-ching. doug in new jersey. >> jim, how are you doing? >> all right. how about you? >> caller: good, i want to get your take on morgan stanley. >> i've got enough problems. i'm probably too negative. i'm not negative on morgan stanley. it's fine, it's at $16, but i like wells fargo more because wells fargo is levered to the housing market and has done absolutely nothing like morgan stanley and i think has more upside. >> buy, buy, buy! >> plus, warren buffett's approval, which in my world still matters. robert in massachusetts, robert? >> caller: hi, jim, looking at i.t. >> don't look, start buying, man. >> buy, buy, buy! >> that is a really terrific stock. go buy some small and buy more on the way down. jack in oklahoma, jack? >> caller: boo-yah from oklahoma. yahoo, it's got som
say, the stuff is good. >> have nell, prada, stella mccartney, michael kors. >> reporter: there's a deejay here to -- to give to the party atmosphere a live band at 2:00. they still have plenty of tickets left, movie tickets and tickets for the zoo. they will be here until 5:00 only at this location on mission street in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> the new year is less than 10 hours away for americans on the east coast, 13 for news the bay area. many parts of the world are already enjoying 2013. first up new zealand fireworks began in the city of auckland, horns blew and fireworks exploded as the clock struck midnight. american samoa will be the last place to welcome the new year, three hours after us. >> in australia the annual new year's eve fireworks show was bigger and better than ever. the city bridge delighted the 130,000 spectators with 100,000 different fireworks patterns, 45 people working at 12 computers, launched seven tons of fireworks. >>> we are going to have our own firework show in san francisco along the embarcadero. visibility is not going to b
's make some cash with charles payne. he is looking at a retailer. charles: lori loves that. michael kors, we have had a tremendous amount of progress with him this year. my wife sent me her christmas list. she mentioned, first of all, when i looked at the list, i went down and got a hotdog from a hotdog stand. she had some of the usual things on there. the burr berries and the louise, but she said a watch with a lot of bling. that is a michael kors watch. when was the last time you heard of the same store sales being up 45%. lori: that is jaw-dropping. i think wall street sometimes things they cannot keep doing it. if they do keep doing it -- that helps. the businesses grew almost 100% in europe. the stock breaks out at 57. lori: we will take it. charles: relish is on me. i am taking it one step at a time. it is my third job. [talking over each other] charles: i have to make money on the side. did you see the christmas list? lori: let's do stocks based on your wife's christmas list. [ laughter ] charles: you got it. lori: let's check the markets. it has been 15 minutes since we last chec
to michael kors for the jewel-encrusted gold lame gown. for those attempting that regal look, rob. >> the first lady, and this from the state department reception honoring those kennedy center honorees. of course, that is former first lady and current secretary of state hillary clinton and meryl streep doing what many of us do at a party, taking a quick snap of themselves on an iphone. >> i wonder if they have instagram. >>> next, what's at least the fourth piece of valuable art that turned up at a goodwill store. it's a print called appropriately enough "red nose." bought at goodwill back in may for $12. >> turns out "red nose" was done in 1969 by american artist alexander calder. it was 9,000 bucks. the woman who bought it said she is keeping it at least for now. >>> and now to an awesome look at holiday travel like you have never seen it before. >> this is really cool. check out this time-lapsed video from black friday. it may look like an air raid of sorts but actually, it's every plane arriving in san diego airport in just a five-hour period starting at 10:30 in the morning.
, or continue to do well, and so, you know, ugg boots, for example, a hot commodity this christmas. michael kors watches are popular. sweaters, winter jackets, external factors impacting them. ashley: 2013, who do you like and not like going into the new year? >> apparel is the tough category. you have to be picky in apparel. we like hanes brands, and the other is carters, baby clothes. both companies sell products and are less discretionary and benefit from lower cotton costs year over year. carters' last quarter, growth margin up about a thousand basis points, and you'll see that tail wind into the first half of the year. hanes brands has a deleveraging event using the lower cotton costs to pay the debt and go from a highly leveraged company to a regular, sort of under leveraged. ashley: jcp, talking of pennys, 1 that strategy working for them? >> well, jcpenney attempts the everyday low price strategy, didn't work in 2012. what's going for them they have the confidence in the suppliers. the suppliers like carters and hanes that we follow are willing to work with them to invest in shop and sho
and get gifts. michael kors was a winner this holiday season. there are definitely some winners out there. ashley: jcpenney tried to rebrand itself, is that working? >> the rebranding, it looks better. our studies indicate they may have lost some of their core customers and as a result of this. they are trying, they said they weren't going to do that, so they're trying a lot of different things to get the customer traffic and people back to the stars. ashley: joe feldman, thank you for sticking with us, managing director. thank you so much. chicago mayor rahman manual trying to privatize the midway airport. no success, but this time will be different? jeff flock live at midway airport with this story. jeff: it is funny. some guy wal walked up to me and said what are you doing, what is your story? to the top of the privatization of midway airport. another way for the city to lose money. the city just privatize the parking meters. $1.5 billion deal, 75 years, but the problem is this. they got all the money up front and the city spent all the money already, and now in the parking meters are
" judge is saying auf wiedersehen to the show? take a guess. >> i would say michael kors. >> thank you for participating. it is michael kors. he's so great on the show. he will be missed. but he'll be replaced by zac posen, a huge personality. and a tremendous designer. >>> we'll be right back with that siren and santa's helpers and a great crowd here on "gma." nature knows all about baking. just mix together a few simple ingredients... and "voila". so for truvia baking blend, we mix sweetness from the stevia leaf with sugar, for a blend that bakes and browns like sugar, with 75% fewer calories per serving. without freshly-made pasta. you could also cut corners by making it without 100% real cheddar cheese. but wouldn't be stouffer's mac & cheese. just one of over 70 satisfying recipes for one from stouffer's. into john stamos. honey! i think i'm getting burned! eat. ♪ tastes pretty good, huh? [ men grunting ] open! [ male announcer ] oikos. possibly the best yogurt in the world. hello? [ sea ] hi! this is the sea calling. when's the last time you visited me? when i went su
, michael kors, not holding up in today's market. david: even the homebuilders could not get a bounce. could it possibly be some profit taking? up tremendously the past three to six months so perhaps that is what is going on. some prices are looking down a bit after having gone up tremendously even the overall trend is good for homebuilding but for every reason stocks are down today. we're getting dangerously close going over the fiscal cliff which means taxes go up for everybody who pays taxes but what else does it mean for you -@and for the economy? the chief of staff on george w. bush council of economic advisors, she thinks we're probably going over because the white house will not stop pushing for higher tax rates, she joins us later this hour. shibani: maybe the texas will be higher in 2013, but prices at the pump will be lower. some good news and some bad news. david: but first we will tell you what drove the market in today's data download. all three major indices closing to the red for the third day in a row. nine of 1 10 s&p sectors ended lower led by consumer discretionary and mat
for all of that. >> two of my faves so par. >> costume jewelry, shoes, michael kors, we love. they are unstoppable. we have some things that are very positive. >> the slowdown that we saw going into -- you yourself saw, what was the cause? >> the hurricane. the fiscal cliff. yes, people know what the fiscal cliff is outside of this arena. and the third is unseasonably warm weather. >> what about newtown? did that -- >> hard for us -- it had to have. i mean -- that's not something that we can monitor but common sense indicates -- retailers are saying that oh, my god, it did impact us. why not? and that wasp just in the northeast. that was across america. >> right. >> it was devastating. put them all together and it was challenge. >> i bet it made a lot of parents rethink material. >> absolutely. one would think. yes. >> now what? even if you see a pickup in sales afterwards everything has been discounted. this is not that good anymore. >> it is not as bad as you think. a lot of the discounts with retailers was planned. they planned it before they even went into the season. and
, michael kors and ab abercrombie & fitch. afterle looked like it was going to test $500 today. had a huge rally in the last hour with the rest of the market. got back to plus on the day. the direction of apple is going to be a major sentiment indicator, not only for the tech tape but for the tape in general. it closed pretty well today. we'll see how tomorrow opens. >> absolutely. chris, what about you? break it down. >> well, tomorrow i'm going to be focused on the vices. the fiscal cliff is weighing heavily and we saw that during the release of the consumer sentiment reading last week. that's why we saw the vices pop above 20 today. for a little white. so, in the resecent past, these have been great buying opportunities. i don't see a decision being made for the his calf cliff, i do see a deal made in 30 to 60 days, proving to be a better bullish indicator for
from michael kors do well. second half of the year is a different story and perhaps the turnaround of tiffany's to be the name for the second half. >> meantime, r.j., i think you would agree retail remembers scrambling right now because consumer confidence is plunging. three reports in a row that have been pretty dismal. >> yeah, i would agree. i think we're looking for a bit of a pullback in 2013, not only due to the fiscal cliff issues that will become more aware, especially when we see january paychecks hit, but we've had a great three-year run in consumer discretionaries so we think there's a bit of a pullback in store for 2013. as a result, we like the guys who can bring the lowest cost to the consumers at any given times, names like costco, names like amazon. >> i'm going to play the devil's advocate here for a second because we're always told never doubt the power of the american consumer. is it possible, is it possible that when people see their paychecks going down because of higher taxes next year, they will still spend what they want to spend, spend the same amount? migh
are negative on the year and have been even before today's report. michael kors is the standout in luxury. remember they went public about a year ago. that's had a great run, up about 60% this year. but that's the standout in retail. can i also point out that some of the big banks are holding up very well today. there's another new high on bank of america. citigroup is at a 52-week high and soj me of the regional bank also on a high as well. >> time for a cough drop. >> sorry. >> bob pisani battling through. we are also on storm watch today. the deadly system that dumped snow and sleet in the country's midsection, releasing tornadoes around the deep south, that's now moving towards the northeast and it is having a major impact on holiday travelers. with hundreds of flights now canceled. weather channel meteorologist david malkoff has the very latest on the storm's path. >> wow, look at that. we are getting 25, 26, 28 mile an hour wind gusts right here on the northern suburbs of indianapolis, indiana, and it is getting worse as the winds start to push and the snow starts to fall down here.
with michael kors. >> losers? >> i think you had a tough time at jcpenney. i think the traffic was tough there all the time. i think kohl's had to be extra promotional in order to be able to drive the sales. and the whole children's sector was very promotional. from gymboree to children's place. >> so, dana, jason trennert from strat eegous. how are you doing? >> good, how are you, jason? >> good. normally retail stocks outperform in january, because i think that phenomenon that andrew was talking about is that there's a general sense that christmas gifts canceled at a certain point and then it comes back at the end and then you wind up having a big january and the stocks tend to do very, very well. would you expect the same type of pattern this year, or maybe i'm getting a sense maybe you say it might not work out as well this year because the season was a little tougher? >> i think the season was tougher. i think the inventory levels were thin, i think you're still going to have margin recovery. i think the month of january, i don't see why it would be different this year. i think 2013
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initiating coverage of retails today. michael kors, gap. the firm says gap is the favorite of the retailers as it sees continued positive brand momentum. then there's dollar general falling after disappointing results for the quarter. its gross margin did come in below expectations. delta air lines making big news today. officially buying a 49% stake in virgin atlantic for $360 million. company is in the middle of a news conference in new york right now. our phil lebeau is there live with the latest. phil? >> carl, as we speak, so is richard branson. he is talking via satellite from somewhere in the caribbean. the press conference taking place in new york city. there's richard anderson who has just taken the podium here in new york city. they're going to be announcing not only the outline of the terms of this deal but a little bit of the philosophy behind why delta is buying this stake. let's take a look at the terms of the deal. delta buying 49% stake in virgin atlantic. basically buying the singapore airline stake. that's $360 million is how much it's costing. the virgin atlantic brand re
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